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Page 21 - A record is kept by the Faculty of the attainments of every student, and also of his delinquencies. Information concerning his proficiency and deportment is, when requested, communicated to the parent or guardian. PUBLIC PERFORMANCES. 1. Exhibitions, in the second and third terms. 2. Declamation on Tuesday evening preceding Commencement. 3. Commencement on the second Thursday of August.
Page 16 - Greek of the Four Gospels, Jacob's Greek Reader or an equivalent, English Grammar, Arithmetic and Algebra through Simple Equations. Candidates for a higher standing are examined in the same, and also in the part of the Course of Study in College gone over by the Class, to which they may desire admission. The stated times for examination are the Wednesday preceding Commencement, and the first day of the following Term. But Candidates may be examined and admitted at other times in the year, excepting...
Page 16 - ADMISSION. CANDIDATES for admission to the Freshman Class are examined in the following books.
Page 23 - ... advanced standing, a fee of five dollars per term, which is one half of the regular charge for tuition, will be required ; unless such standing shall have been obtained in another college. Payments. The amount of the first term-bill must be paid by each student on his admission. Each subsequent term-bill becomes due at the close of the term for which it is assessed. A bond, with satisfactory surety for the payment of all the college bills, must be given by each student to the Treasurer, at the...
Page 4 - HON. ANDREW W. PORTER, of Monson. HON. WILLIAM HYDE, of Ware. HON. ITHAMAR CONKEY, of Amherst. HON. JOSIAH B. WOODS, of Enfield. LUCIUS BOLTWOOD, ESQ., COJtMISSIONEB.
Page 25 - Students will have every facility for consulting the geological cabinet, which contains 20,000 select specimens, illustrating the geology of the United States, of Great Britain and Continental Europe, of Asia Minor, and of many other parts of the world. The cabinet contains the suites of specimens collected in the geological surveys of Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Vermont ; also a very large collection of fossil footmarks and of concretions. The President will make excursions with the students...
Page 20 - Saturday, when there are two. On every Wednesday afternoon, there is a public Exercise in Declamation, in which the classes speak by divisions, and for which they are prepared by private rehearsal before the Professor of Rhetoric.
Page 26 - The course of instruction will be adapted to the wants of each student, according to his knowledge and proficiency, and the business for which he may desire to qualify himself. As the number of students is quite limited, it is confidently believed that every one will receive such attention as will enable him to make satisfactory progresa in his studies.
Page 23 - Bills must be given hy each student to the Treasurer, at the commencement of the Term when he enters. ASSISTANCE TO BENEFICIARIES. The regular Term Bills of beneficiaries of Charitable Associations, and other indigent pious youth preparing for the Christian Ministry, are entirely paid from the fund appropriated to that purpose.
Page 26 - Calculus will be pursued beyond the limits of the Academic course, and applications of them made to Mechanical science. Students can have instruction in Experimental Philosophy, with access to the extensive collection of apparatus in the Philosophical Cabinet.

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